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Part 2: Pro term commences tomorrow

My initial hopes as a CWSM was mainly to develop my leadership qualities as well as the critical thinking skills I believe I am lacking in. 530 more words

National Service

Do we really just need more males in public service?

Last Monday, at the MLK Day of Service in New Orleans afterparty I was chatting up my old friend Luke, the City Year recruiter for New Orleans. 478 more words

City Year

Part 1: Before Pro term

14 weeks of service term are finally coming to an end. Next week would signify the birth of the professional term whereby the majority of us specializes into our respective vocation. 1,325 more words

National Service

Singapore admits, "National Service all about shooting Malaysians."

Asia’s worst kept defence secret is finally out in the open, as a senior official admitted to journalists that Singapore’s compulsory military service (NS) was really only concerned with “shooting Malaysians.” Chan Chun Sing, the island’s Second Minister for Defence, said in an interview ostensibly concerned with his role in the Family Development ministry, said, “National Service is all about serving a higher purpose. 105 more words

Asia

The Challenge to Succeed

Kaylynn Hove is a first year Reading Corps tutor serving at Altura Elementary in Aurora, CO, originally from Folsom, PA. In her free time she enjoys reading, listening to music, exploring Colorado and taking pictures, and Netflix. 723 more words

AmeriCorps

SCSU recognized in President’s Honor Roll for Community Service

Aaron Berkowitz – General Assignment Reporter 

There aren’t many honors higher that can be achieved by a university than to be recognized by the President of the United States. 523 more words

News

Community HealthCorps kicks off its 20th Anniversary Celebration with a State of the Program Address to Remember!

By Anastasia Romanova, Program Specialist, NACHC-Community HealthCorps®

One week ago today, Gerrard Jolly, Community HealthCorps®’ recently appointed National Director, delivered the first annual “State of the Program Address” to provide an overview of the program’s impact, progress, and future goals. 642 more words

Community Healthcorps